Swimmers can dive right in at Breakwater Beach, a popular, secluded 300-foot public stretch within the 698-acre Geneva State Park. But if you’d rather just dip your toes, you can catch an abundance of stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and Jet Skis at any one of the town’s many water sports spots.
Feeling adventurous but have an aversion to water? Head to the Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake which features a suspended network of steel cables, sky bridges and zip lines as part of Lake Erie Canopy Tours’ adults and kids adventure courses.
When you’ve had your fill of the outdoors, head to what the locals call “The Strip,” a busy, bustling, vintage-style entertainment district where popular stops include Eddie’s Grill, known for its footlong chili dogs, and multiple arcades.
Still, when its all said and done, relaxation is key. With 20 wineries in and around the city, there’s no better way to end the day than on a lakeside patio with a glass of wine, watching the sun go down over the water. visitgenevaonthelake.com
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June 16, 2019